I sometimes don’t remember how Body Harmony has changed me. Early in May 2020, one afternoon I walked down to the beach and went for a sunset swim. This was at a time when the coronavirus had already claimed over 260 thousand lives globally. The unemployment...

‘Unprecedented’ is a word I have heard used in the Australian media a lot lately. And it’s true. The experience of recent months across the country with fire has been exactly that. There  are some other words that deserve to be used also: catastrophic, devastating,...

If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart." —Nelson Mandela In our family we have a list of words different members of the family don’t...

Back in the day I used to believe that embodying your goals was largely down to luck. These days I see embodiment more as lifelong commitment, a discipline of thought, word, posture, breath, and deed. Three years ago I read a strong affirmation on the front of...

I’ve been contemplating and musing on connection and its myriad forms these last few weeks, as I’d offered to write the next blog for the Body Harmony Association. What is it? How do I create, maintain, sustain the sense of it, and why do I...